Are you ready to start an electrician program but not sure you have the time to attend a formal education? It is projected by Career One Stop that by 2030, the demand for electricians in Arizona will grow by 35%.*
This means electrician training could help you find a secure, future-looking career.
How Long is an Electrician Program in Arizona?
Did you know that you can become an electrician in as little as 7 months, attending full-time at a trade school in Arizona? This program prepares you for a career in residential, commercial, industrial and maintenance electrical applications.
Why Attend an Electrician Program in Arizona?
There are many benefits to attending an electrician program. From a complete curriculum to assistance in obtaining an apprenticeship after graduation and everything in between.
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As an apprentice, you will learn about electrical applications but may not get a complete curriculum of electrician training.
Instead of only learning a portion of what you need for a career as an electrician, it is important to attend an electrician program at a trade school in Arizona. This will supply you with classroom knowledge that will supplement your hands-on training.
Get a complete education so you are ready to take on any challenge as an apprentice.
A Quick Start
Instead of spending years in school preparing for a degree you may not even need to get a job, The Refrigeration School (RSI) can train you in 7 months for a career that is in demand.
How do we train you so quickly? We cut out the electives and focus only on what you need to start working as an apprentice.
The population in Arizona is growing quickly and there will continue to be a need for electricians to manage new construction and repair current electrical systems.
Guidance and Mentorship
Our classes are taught by experienced instructors. Our instructors have been in your shoes and know what electrician students need to succeed.
Before you start working on real electrical systems, you can practice electrical systems in our workshop, to build your confidence and learn from your mistakes.
Although you will get hands-on training during an apprenticeship, it is important to supplement your training with classroom theory. This is something that you can only get in formal education.
As a graduate of the RSI Electrical Applications program, you have many career options to choose from.
- You can work as a residential electrician repairing electrical wiring and components in homes and apartment buildings.
- You can work as a commercial electrician managing electrical installation in business or construction sites.
- Or you can become a maintenance electrician that works in both residential and commercial settings.
With a diploma from RSI, the sky’s the limit.
Want To Learn More?
If you are interested in becoming an electrician, The Refrigeration School has the trade school programs to equip you with the skill and expertise you need. Call us today at (602) 607-0024 to learn more about our Electrical Application program
*Employment is expected to grow for Electricians in the US to 761,400 through 2031 and in Arizona to 19,700 through 2030 https://www.careeronestop.org